Out-of-State Buyers Boost Las Vegas Real Estate Market

The Las Vegas real estate market has been on the upswing as baby boomers with money retire and as out-of-state homebuyers flee more expensive states. According to an article by Las Vegas Review-Journal, a lot of California residents are buying luxury homes in Las Vegas after California raised its income tax rate. Experts believe the Las Vegas real estate market will flourish for many more years to come as baby boomers bring their money to Nevada for reasons other than to gamble. As a home buyer planning to relocate to Las Vegas, there are some factors to consider. It’s important to have an experienced Realtor who knows the Las Vegas market so you have a buyer’s edge.

City Spotlight: Palos Verdes, CA – The Peninsula

Made up of a group of coastal cities (Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Rolling Hills Estates) built on cliffs, Palos Verdes is a peninsula that is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. This  affluent city is known for its dramatic ocean and city views, excellent schools, great horse trails and hiking trails, and the free roaming peacocks. With the beach just minutes away and the hills in the background, Palos Verdes residents get the best of both worlds.

Curb Appeal - Make a Great First Impression

With so many single family homes available for rent, it is especially important to create a great first impression!  Aside from location, curb appeal is what will attract potential tenants to your property.

Look at your investment property as though you are a prospective tenant!  What features are attractive and important to you?  They are probably the same features that will attract your next tenant. It is very easy and inexpensive to make a great first impression!